The Chapel at Churchill College is ecumenical and provides a locus for worship for all Christian people in the College community. Any Christian group may use the Chapel for prayer, Bible study or discussion, and can book through the Chairman of the Trustees (see the who's who page).
The Chaplain is the Revd. Dr. John Rawlinson. He is available at his home on 01480 860263 and at firstname.lastname@example.org to hear from fellows, students and staff of the College at any time on any matter with which he may be able to help. He is in College on Thursday afternoons and Sunday evenings in Full Term, and his room is 1S.
The Chapel is usually open for private prayer, meditation and quiet. It can be opened with your room key, or if you live out (or if you are in one of the recently renovated staircases), a key can be borrowed from the Porters.
Collections are not taken. A plate for offerings is placed near the door. All offerings go to charity.
Currently, the Chapel is free for the rest of the day.
The next service is on Sunday, 27th May at 5:45 PM and the speaker is Revd Canon Ian Silk.
Information about the Chapel Choir is available.
Please contact the Chaplain.
Members of College are welcome to use the Chapel for private music practice when it is not being used for services, except at certain times when the Chapel is reserved for quiet prayer. More information is available on the Music Practice page, and is on display in the chapel.
It is possible to book the Chapel for music rehearsals involving larger groups. Please contact the Bursar's Assistant, Sharon Knight (Sharon.Knight@chu.cam.ac.uk), if you would like to place a booking.
Information about choral scholarships can be found on the chapel choir page.
Information about the Elizabeth Cockcroft Organ Scholarship and the Chapel organ is available on the organ page.